Engaging with Perpetrators of Domestic Violence : practical techniques for early intervention / Kate Iwi and Chris Newman.

Child protection and family workers can complete training without learning about how to work with domestic abuse perpetrators - but intervening at an early stage can make a real difference to increasing family safety. This concise book equips practitioners with the knowledge and techniques they need...

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Alternate Title:Engaging with perpetrators of domestic violence
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Main Authors: Iwi, Kate, 1967- (Author), Newman, Chris, 1956- (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015.
Table of Contents:
  • Section 1. Introduction. 1.1. Contextualising the Model ; 1.2 Theoretical Influences
  • Section 2. Assessment. 2.1 Assessment Interview ; 2.2. Risk Assessment
  • Section 3. Interventions. 3.1. Safety Plans, Signals and Time Outs ; 3.2. Taking Responsibility ; 3.3. Extending the Definition of Abuse ; 3.4. Abusing Cultural Privilege ; 3.5. Analysing Incidents of Abuse ; 3.6. Building Awareness of Impacts of Domestic Violence ; 3.7. Conflict Resolution
  • Section 4. What Next?. 4.1 Referencing Onwards.